Naila Kiani becomes first Pakistani women to summit 8,035 meters peak Gasherbrum II in Pakistan

Naila Kiani has become the first lady mountaineer of Pakistan who successfully reached Gasherbrum II. The mountain is the 13th-highest mountain in the world and stands 8,035 meters above sea level. It is located in the Karakoram range and is the third-highest peak in the Gasherbrum Massif. Moreover, she climbed the peak after a few months of giving birth to her second child.

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In an interview with BBC, Naila said, “I am a boxer and a fighter; I am very well aware of the courage I possess so I chose an 8000-meter-high mountain as my first adventure”. Also, Naila’s marriage was a sensation as she chose K2 base camp for a memorable ceremony. This unique idea became viral when she posted pictures of her wedding on the internet.

Source: Ajj Tv